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Feb 2, 2013 2:30am PST
such as google+ and facebook, things are very different. i think they expect you to show up with something that's already working, not just a vision and a key. it's something these ooh already in use. >> this guy has something. it's working. even if he's not looking for money, how do you get advice? oftentimes it's easier to ask for money than advice. >> it's clear to me. get the best lawyer in the business. the lawyers know the ecosystem. in new york city there's handful of lawyers that do this every day. they see who is the trufts worthy, they see who has the money, they see what the system is that they have to go through. hire the best attorney you can find. >> and is that easy? >> yeah. they're there. they're certainly overwhelmed because there are so many companies so you're kind of selling them too. they have to believe in you almost as if, in fact, they are investing in you because some of the best attorneys will give you an entrepreneur rate because they believe in you, but that's really the best first step to take. >>> next up, a question about mobile operating systems. >> what do you
Feb 3, 2013 4:30am PST
sites like google plus or pinterest. which may be more effective depending on your subject matter. >>> oftentimes, adding things to your business is easy. we have new ideas, we want more plies, new processes, there's always something new to include but our next guest says what you should be concentrating on is not adding, but subtracting. so kiss anything that's excessive, confusing or wasteful or hard to use, good-bye. matt may is the founder of edit innovation, an idea agency based in los angeles and is the author of a new book "the laws of subtraction." great do see you, matt. >> likewise, thank you. >> i love this segment because we're always trying to add new things and really when you're running a business, you have got to be more simple about things. and so i want to get into the things that you say you should kill off. rules. >> well, yeah. i think when you're a small business and if you're fortunate enough, you begin to grow rapidly. and you sort of revert back to the things that you perhaps learned when you were working for a bigger company. and i inadvertently start add
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